Right to Know

R2K concerned over ‘Grabber’ device

A disturbing mass-surveillance device capable of intercepting 10 000 cellphone lines and accessing the personal information of users is raising concerns over a potential threat to the South African public’s right to privacy. While the ‘Grabber’ has allegedly been found in the possession of some private citizens, Right to Know[…]

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R2K pushing for Marikana report release

The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) is leading a bid to force President Jacob Zuma into releasing the Farlam Commission Report on the Marikana Massacre; more than two and a half years after 44 striking miners were tragically shot and killed by SAPS officials at the North-West based mine. Along with the[…]

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R2K pickets over police brutality

“The police are exercising crime and excessive violence against communities, and they are getting away (with it).” This is according to organizer of the Right to Know campaign (R2K), Vainola Makan, as the group joined about 20 other organizations in a series of nationwide protests outside the country’s police stations.[…]

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R2K & SAHA welcome ruling on National Key Points list

PRESS RELEASE- The South Gauteng High Court has given the Ministry of Police 30 days to release a public list of National Key Points. The Right2Know Campaign and the South African History Archive (SAHA) welcome this ruling, which underscores the need for transparency to prevent abuses of security policies. The[…]

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Court to hear key points application

The High Court in Johannesburg will hear an application on Monday for a list of South Africa’s National Key Points to be made public. The Right2Know Campaign (R2K) and the SA History Archive (SAHA) want the list to be made public in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information[…]

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